Hello everyone, I have a practical question for you all. I live in Europe and my girlfriend is going to visit the US with a colleague next month. Unfortunately, calling home is quite expensive from the US ($1,5/minute), especially since she plans on calling for more than 10 minutes each day. She wanted to do so using VoIP, but she did not want to drag along a laptop she doesn't need. So I introduced her to the HTC Wildfire, which would go nicely with my HTC Desire. Considering her previous phone had the functionality of a communicative concrete brick, she absolutely loves the device. The only problem is that data communication is also quite expensive in the US than calling. They would charge her around $4/MB. (If I'm not mistaking VoIP would be around 500kb/minute, or around $2/minute). The hotel where she is staying offers internet at an even higher price per hour, so that's not an option as well. So, this brings me to my question. The best way for her to accomplish her scheme would probably be to get a prePaid card with a data plan. That way she could use all the neat features of her cellphone (like Google Maps and such) and have internet access 24/7. I'd love to hear your opinions on this, and what carrier plan would suit her best. (Or is there another solution, like free wifi hotspots? She's heading to Manhattan, NY.) Thanks in advance.